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Flintlock Replica Pistols
Flintlock pistols were so called because the lock uses a flint to strike sparks into the priming pan when the trigger is pulled. A small amount of gunpowder in this pan is ignited, which in turn ignites the main gunpowder charge in the barrel and fires the lead ball. Both the main charge and the ball were loaded from the front, or muzzle, of the barrel, after which the priming charge was poured into the pan--all very time consuming! Often the priming charge would burn, but fail to ignite the main charge--which is where we get the expression, "a flash in the pan".
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#22-1016L Brass Finish
#22-1016G Silver Finish
The original of this pistol was made by Lorenzoni in Italy in about 1680. It is engraved with the coat of arms of the famous Medici family.
The original of this German pistol replica was one of the earliest flintlocks made. Our authentic replica features a real wood stock, fancy engraved lock and blunderbuss barrel.
This historically authentic, non-firing replica of a British Blunderbuss pistol--available in brass or pewter finish--is a great choice for antique gun fanciers, re-enactors and living history performers.
This replica of a unique 18th Century Russian Flintlock has an octagonal-to-round, blued barrel, an intricately engraved, simulated brass receiver and an engraved simulated ivory eaglehead grip. 14" long.
Beautifully made with engraved, simulated ivory grip and engraved brass barrel and buttplate. 11.75" long.
This classic engraved replica flintlock pistol is reproduced from an original made in Lucknow, India. 8-inch brass-finish engraved barrel and butt-plate, with a simulated ivory stock. 13-1/4" long overall.
#10-18 - Looks great on Revwar reenactors and RenFaire pirates! One size fits most.
#30-100 - Made from a real steer horn with removable wooden stopper and leather shoulder strap. 10" long.
Non-firing Authentic ReplicaFlintlock Pistols
The original of this replica was crafted by Bunnney of London around 1770. Its smaller size allowed it to be more easily concealed, making it an excellent weapon for self-defense.
The original of this replica was crafted by Bunnney of London around 1770. These were often carried by ladies (and ladies of the evening) for self-defense.
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